National Centre for the Social Adaptation of Children (NCSAC) provides assistance to children who have partially or completely lost walking skills in the process of illness or injury.
In 2012, the Sen Yolg’iz Emassan Lola Karimova-Tillyaeva Foundation (“You Are Not Alone”) equipped this center with the most advanced equipment for restoring functions in children with musculoskeletal disorders. To restore the functions of walking or learning to walk, the Lokomat training is used in the center.
Lokomat is a robotic trainer. It is connected to a monitor that displays various images that encourage children to walk. Thus, each lesson on the trainer takes place in a playful way, which captivates the child and helps to make the main effort – learning to walk. The trainer is used in the treatment of children with a diagnosis such as cerebral palsy, as well as in rehabilitation after injuries of various kinds.
In this video report, the Center’s specialists talk in detail about the treatment technique using the Lokomat trainer.
National Centre for the Social Adaptation of Children (NCSAC), supervised by the Sen Yolg’iz Emassan Foundation (“You Are Not Alone”), helps children with diagnoses such as Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, autism, ZPR, as well as with impaired motor functions. Highly qualified specialists work with children, developing an individual development program for each child. All services at the Center are provided free of charge.